EPRINC Publica Su Informe Sobre el Futuro del Petróleo en México

Las acciones derivadas de la reforma energética que se han implementado en México en los últimos años ofrecen un potencial considerable para elevar la producción de petróleo y gas del país, así como incrementar el empleo, permitir la transferencia de avances tecnológicos y también, ingresos adicionales para el Estado mexicano a nivel federal, estatal y local.

Si la reforma se logra implementar adecuadamente, va a contribuir a largo plazo a la seguridad energética de México y Norteamérica. Es muy probable que la reforma energética en México contribuya a que Norteamérica se convierta en un exportador neto de petróleo y gas natural al mercado mundial en los próximos años.

En una reciente evaluación, Michael Lynch, un distinguido colaborador de EPRINC, presenta los resultados y conclusiones de su análisis sobre el valor económico que aporta la reforma energética a México en el sector petrolero. El reporte completo puede leerse aquí. La traducción al español del estudio completo será publicada en el portal web de EPRINC en enero de 2019.

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EPRINC Releases Report on Mexico’s Petroleum Future

The energy reform measures implemented in Mexico over the last few years, also known as the New Energy Model, offer considerable potential to lift oil and gas production, increase employment and deliver technological advances, and crucially additional revenues for federal, state, and local governments. These reforms, if fully implemented, will also enhance long-term energy security for Mexico and North America. Energy reform in Mexico is contributing to the likelihood that North America will become a sustained net exporter to world markets in both petroleum (crude oil and refined products) and natural gas in the coming years. In a just-released EPRINC assessment, Michael Lynch, EPRINC Distinguished Fellow, presents his findings on the economic value to Mexico of the energy reforms in the petroleum sector. A link to the full report can be found here. A Spanish translation of the report will be posted on the EPRINC’s website in early January 2019.

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EPRINC Welcomes A. Liang as a Distinguished Fellow
EPRINC is fortunate to announce the addition of A. (John) Liang, Founder and CEO of Edge Consulting as a Distinguished Fellow. Mr. Liang is a graduate of Nanjing University, has a long publication record, and has close ties to the broader Nanjing academic community. He has undertaken several assessments evaluating energy development and trade flows between the U.S., Europe, and China. Before founding Edge Consulting, he worked for several years for a Fortune 500 company. Of special interest to EPRINC is Mr. Liang’s extensive knowledge of trade flows in critical energy commodities, including LNG, crude oil, and petroleum products.  As EPRINC heads into its third-year assessment of the “Future of Asian LNG,” gaining an understanding of actual developments on the ground in China, from regulatory changes to new demand patterns, will provide a unique perspective on China’s role in world oil and gas markets. Mr. Liang’s firm provides extensive support for trading operations, consulting services, and international business support for Chinese firms and their trading partners.

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